How to start a plant propagation nursery

Who wants to know what it takes to start a plant propagation nursery? Well, good news! This PDF will show you what you need to get started in the right direction. Here is what the PDF covers: Why grow plants? … Continue reading

Plant Propagation-softwood cuttings

Are you interested in plant propagation? One of the best ways (and easiest!) to propagate plants is by taking cuttings and subject them to the right conditions so they forms roots. Although semi-hard and hardwood cuttings will root, softwood cuttings … Continue reading

Why you should not use softened water to root cuttings with your misting system

Can you use softened water to root cuttings? Of course you can use water that has passed through a water softener to mist your cuttings with. It will provide the exact same amount of moisture that non-softened water will. However, … Continue reading

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The offer for the free E-book has expired. But no worries! You can still get the book by signing up for the newsletter. Just use the link under Free Reports and E-books to get it. Yep, you read that right. … Continue reading

Is the Mike McGroarty growers board a scam?

In a word, no. Here is why I say that: Years ago I was on the hunt for information about plant propagation. I visited many websites looking for information. One in particular caught my attention Why? because of the … Continue reading

What You Need To Start A Plant Propagation Business Part 8

Conclusion To recap on what you need to start your own plant propagation business: Knowledge: Start building your library right now! Learn as much as you can about the plants you want to propagate. Grab a copy of one or … Continue reading

What You Need To Start A Plant Propagation Business Part 7

The next item on the list you will need when starting your plant propagation nursery is an inspection by your local Agricultural Inspector. Calm down and take a breath! It is not as bad as you may think! Your Inspector … Continue reading